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Archigetes iowensis sp. n. (Cestoda: Caryophyllaeidae) from Cyprinus carpio L and Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri Claparede.
Gravid adults of Archigetes iowensis sp. n. are described from the intestine of the cyprinid fish, Cyprinus carpio L. and from the seminal vesicle of the tubificid oligochaete, LimnodrilusExpand
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Khawia iowensis n. sp. (Cestoda: Caryophyllaeidae) from Cyprinus carpio L. in Iowa.
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Larval development of four caryophyllaeid cestodes.
Adults of the caryophyllaeid cestodes Glaridacris catostomi, Hunterella nodulosa, Monobothrium hunteri and Monobothrium ingens were recovered from naturally infected fishes. The oligochaete annelidExpand
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Larval development of Glaridacris confusa (Cestoda: Caryophyllaeidae).
Larval development of the caryophyllaeid cestode Glaridacris confusa occurs in aquatic annelids of the families Tubificidae and Naididae. Procercoids possess a cercomer; the scolex and gonads areExpand
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THE LIFE CYCLE OF ARCHIGETES IOWENSIS (CESTODA: CARYOPHYLLAEIDAE).
The life cycle of the caryophyllaeid cestode Archigetes iowensis was studied in naturally and experimentally infected hosts. Adults are seasonal parasites of the fish, Cyprinus carpio, while larvaeExpand
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THE BIOLOGY AND TAXONOMY OF BIACETABULUM (CESTODA: CCARYOPHYLLAEIDAE).
Adults of the caryophyllaeid cestodes Biacetabulum infrequens Hunter and B. macrocephalum McCrae occur in catostomid fishes and procercoids develop in annelids of the genus Tubifex, but not in thoseExpand
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Archigetes sieboldi (Cestoda: Caryophyllaeidae) in North America.
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Specificity of caryophyllaeid cestodes for their intermediate hosts.
The species of a caryophyllaeid cestode genus exhibit considerable variation in specificity for their oligochaete annelid intermediate hosts. Larvae of Monobothrium ulmeri, Monobothrium hunteri, andExpand
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